The Seven Network has been patting itself on the back for last week's ratings performance, but there are more factors to consider.
Contrary to an extensive New Matilda article and an errant line in an ABC report, barrister Charles Waterstreet has told Crikey he has not lodged any defamation proceedings against a woman who accused him of sexual harassment.
Sydney barrister Charles Waterstreet's controversial appearance on a special Q&A panel discussing the #MeToo movement has been scrapped.
Two weeks after the ABC's Late Night Live program was due to fly out to India to record interviews with a "who's who of prominent Indians", authorities have still not explained why Phillip Adams and his team weren't granted visas.
Satirical news website The Betoota Advocate has announced it will launch a podcast. Plus other media tidbits of the day.
ABC News has thoroughly earned a Wankley Award for shoddy contribution to journalism for a story promoting the unproven and absolutely bonkers pseudoscientific practice of 'earthing'.
The ABC has officially confirmed that its special Q&A on the #MeToo movement will include controversial barrister Charles Waterstreet. The barrister has himself been accused of sexual harassment (which he denies).
Yet more evidence emerges of a troubling culture at Domain. Plus other media tidbits of the day.